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•HEREIN IS UWC1ASSI FIED
DATE 11-19-2018 BY ”
DIH3SCT0H, FBI ( | 1 ) ■•;•" 10/2/63
SUc/ttKW YORK. ( [ ~1)
PHILIP B .■ GEOKGE; :JPv.
- (VISIT OP.-/MSRXCiU .
' NATIONAL EXHIBITION
COI4I4ITTEE TO HSSB. 1959)
is-R ', .• .>• ■ •
ReNfiet to theBureau* 7/25/63* captioned • •
_ .mittep*.. Bd??e4i» letter NY.-, 0/7/63, captioned matter.
. /vd/" 'Enclosed. ap#-'03?i'gij*al and four (4) copies •
• ‘V-V-V.* / fop ihe Bureatiand one (1.) ; «©py\ for-HFO of Z t£R dated
and .captioned -as' above. One (1) 00 py is being furnished:
: • to -WFO' Inasmuch .a© that office is origin in the case
V.:'> entitled t: VISIT OF AttERICAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION COMMITTEE
.•, /V; • . 1959?”. ". .. •.:•■;•■.•; - : ;r/••“:• . -V'Y
The'd^lsdiction-and'reeponslblilty of the
: : : . Bureau: in the internal security’ field were explained to
, GEORGE and. be appeared seinpletely.Cooperative,
•-.:><¥ ; fflg^iOE stated that he; would iaDedliteiy ••
:V v '. 'notify* the FBI 'if 'ever heis' contacted or .-receives infor*.
; ’>’vV;®atlon,<>f contacts by Soviet nationals, •".
7- ' In accordance with instructions sot forth in
reBUleh, New York’s approach to Cf?0H0E was made. i».'the>'
•nature' of determining -whether - ': he ; has' any knowledge .-that
members of- the American National Jbxhibition were approached
by the Soviets Y
Bureau (Ends, 5)
Bufiles contain no identifiable derogatory information
concerning subject • By letter dated 4-3-63 subject expressed
thanks for the Bureau*s suggestions for possible FBI exhibit
participation in the United States Pavilion of the New York
World's Fair • That letter indicates subject is Assistant
Commissioner, United States Commission, New York World's Fair•
In accordance with your request, authority is granted
for you to interview subject • In view of his responsible position,
your approach to him should be in the nature of determining whether
he has any knowledge that members of the American National Exhibition
were approached by the Soviets « Such an approach should enable
you to ascertain whether Soviets attempted to compromise or recruit
subject: PHILIP B. GEORGE, JR.
(VISIT OP AMERICAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION
COMMITTEE TO USSR, 1959)
ReBureau letter to NY, 8 / 7/63 granting authority
to interview subject.
Telephonic inquiry at subject's office on this date
reflected that he is currently out of town but is expected
to be in his office the week following 9 / 2 / 63 .
Further efforts to interview subject will be made
upon his return.
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